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  • March 17Dress Down Day March 30--Relay for Life

  • March 15Inservice Day March 31

  • Peter Pan’s Playful

    Peter Pan’s Playful

    Asia Santiago and Paige Morrill

    March 23, 2017

    This year's  Middle School production will be Peter Pan performed by the Drama club on Friday April 7th and Saturday the 8th at 7:00 pm. This is the classic tale of three "Darling"  children who mysteriously go on an adventure to Neverland where Peter Pan (the boy who never grows up), the lost Boys, Tinkerbell...

  • Conrad Partakes in Recycling Initiative

    Conrad Partakes in Recycling Initiative

    Jordan Woodside, Staff Reporter

    March 17, 2017

    Delaware’s Universal recycling act mandates that all commercial businesses begin using recycling services and all waste collectors, transporters, and distributors implement recycling processes. In concert with this mandate, a grant fund was established in the Department of Natural Resources an...

    Aerial image of The Delaware Recycling Center, DSWA Webpage.

    Karl Richeson

  • Winter Blood Drive Success

    Winter Blood Drive Success

    Monee Gulamali, Staff Reporter

    March 17, 2017

    The Conrad 2017 Winter Blood Drive was a huge success! We exceeded our goal and people walked out of there smiling and joyful. According to our Nursing classes, we needed 50 people to donate, but we exceeded our goal by having 62 people donate! We’re thanking the Blood Bank, Nursing class and staff,...

  • A Force to Be Reckoned With

    A Force to Be Reckoned With

    March 13, 2017

    Freshman, Julie Kulesza, has already made her mark in Conrad history, as being the first athlete to be a finalist for Gatorade Player of the Year. This is the nation's elite high school student-athlete for her athletic excellence, academic achievement, and exemplary character. Not to mention, Julie ...

  • B+ Fundraising SUCCESS!

    B+ Fundraising SUCCESS!

    Madeline Kuehn, Chief Editor

    March 13, 2017

    Along with the celebration of the new year, January marked a significant movement for Conrad Biomed. Under the direction of Robert Naylor, Biomed 3 students dedicated countless hours towards raising money for childhood cancer, through the B+ Foundation. This foundation was initiated through the effo...

    Katie Dick, Devon Collazo, Zack Turner, and Amiya Rattley hold up the check for $5,000 that was given to the B+ Foundation!

News

Aquatic Bio Goes Green

Aquatic Bio Goes Green

Aquatic Biology students have begun making “Plarn” (Plastic  Yarn) from plastic shopping bags in an effort to help keep them out of landfills and the ocean. They will also be learning to “knit” them into “sleeping...

March 13No Comments

Red Clay’s College Fair is Approaching!

Inayah Dandridge, Staff Reporter

On Tuesday, March 15th, the Red Clay Consolidated School District will be hosting a college fair. It will be held at John Dickinson High school from 6:30 to 8:30. Counselors from regional colleges and universities will be attend...

March 7No Comments

Science Olympiad’s Personal Best!

Science Olympiad’s Personal Best!

This year the High School Science Olympiad Team won a total of 11 medals, a personal best!  Team 25 C came in 8th place overall and Team 26 C came in 17th place overall.  Many of the students were wearing their t-shirt...

March 7No Comments

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Sports

A Force to Be Reckoned With

A Force to Be Reckoned With

Freshman, Julie Kulesza, has already made her mark in Conrad history, as being the first athlete to be a finalist for Gatorade Player of the Year. This is the nation's elite high school student-athlete for her athletic ...

March 13No Comments

  • Spring Sports Are Here! February 23
  • Two Teams Emerge as One January 23
  • Ja’nylah Whittlesey-Conrad’s Very Own Elena Delle Donne January 11
  • Conrad Ends the Season with a Bang November 14

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Features

Thank You Conrad Cafeteria Staff!

Thank You Conrad Cafeteria Staff!

Jessie Eastburn, Staff Reporter

In terms of food service, Conrad Schools of Science’s cafeteria staff matches no other. With over 800 children to feed, five days a week, our lunch ladies and men are comparable to no others. From s...

March 7No Comments

Red Wolves Defeat the Seahawks

Red Wolves Defeat the Seahawks

February 13

Chinese New Year is Coming Up!

Chinese New Year is Coming Up!

January 17

Celebs Weigh in on Election Results

November 9

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The student news site of Conrad Schools of Science
The student news site of Conrad Schools of Science